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Almost, Maine at The Stage at Island Park
April 6, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$12 - $18
FMCT Presents Almost, Maine
Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre is pleased to announce the next mainstage production of its historic 70th season will be Almost, Maine by John Cariani. Selected by the American National Theatre as one of the most outstanding regional theatre productions of the 2004-2005 season and featured in New Playwrights: Best Plays of 2006, Almost, Maine is a ‘real romantic comedy’ about falling in and out of love in a town so far north it’s “almost” not in the United States. For Fargo, a city that proudly proclaims its identity, “North of Normal”, local patrons will be happy to see the many parallels between fact and fiction!
Directed by Dr. David Wheeler, Almost, Maine consists of a cast of four who play nineteen characters in nine vignettes about love and all its forms. This show, full of wit, love, and magic feature many of the ways humans encounter love including: a woman mourning her husband and meeting a new man, a couple desperately trying to find honesty in keeping their marriage alive, and two snowmobiling friends, one of whom confesses their love much to the other’s surprise. Almost, Maine will provide a tender, clever, and joyful moment for every patron in town.
The cast features: Kate Aarness, Anthony Birklid, Rachel Honz and Billy Schnase. Stage Managed by Kendra Buro.
“Witty, romantic, and unsentimental…This is a beautifully structured play with nifty surprise endings (most but not all of them happy)”. – The New York Times
What: FMCT’s production of Almost, Maine
When: April 6-8 at 7:30pm
Where: The Stage at Island Park: 333 4th St. S, Fargo
Cost: Adults $18.00, Seniors/Students $12.00 (fees apply)
Call the box office today at 701-235-6778 or visit www.fmct.org for more info.
Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been producing live theatre in the area for 70 years. FMCT strives to engage and enrich the community by producing quality pieces of theatre that inspire discussion and participation from community members, both on and off the stage.